What does the MSBN’s logo mean?

The Museo Sang Bata sa Negros has chosen the top or trumpo as its logo. It represents a distinctly Filipino child’s toy and dates back to more than a hundred years. The top, when in motion, depicts a child who is dynamic, moving forward to a brighter future. It also activates several senses of the child; it is a fun toy for children to play with; it represents the challenges a child undergoes as it takes skill to keep the top in motion. The logo concept was inspired by Ms. Jannie Lyn T. Senador and was designed by Mr. Jackie Gamboa.